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Blogtober Day #4 The Weekly Round Up #95


Happy Sunday everyone! Hope you're having a great weekend so far. Today is all about my favourite products from the week. There's some new favourites (which can be found in my most recent haul here) and a few oldies too. Plus, there's a lot of movies that I've watched this week that I wanted to give my opinion on too.

I picked up a few of the Maybelline Single Shadows last week and I have been loving a few of the in particular. So I love to use Sultry Sand on the inner corners, Lustrous Beige on the lid and Chic Taupe on the outer corner, crease and lower lash line. I love how these look together. I am not a warm toned eye makeup kind of girl so these shadows are just perfect for me. 
I also love how the Collection Nude Palette looks on my eyes too so that is definitely a favourite as it's great for travelling as it has lid, crease, outer corner and liner shades so it creates quite a few looks in one little palette.
Because of how much I love the Too Faced Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzer, I just had to pick it up in it's own compact so it's easier for travel. I love this stuff, it smells delish and, well, it's just flippin' fantabulous.
I've been giving the Soap & Glory Clogs No More Self Heating Mask which sounds painful but it is, well, what it says on the tin. A self heating deep cleansing face mask which draws out impurities and exfoliate the skin too. I love it so far and haven't noticed a massive difference yet but I am confident enough in Soap & Glory and that they will perform well.
Also from my drugstore haul is the Yes To: Coconuts Body Scrub and Lotion, they smell so amazing and the scent lingers for hours which is definitely my favourite part about this product. I love coconut scented things and the products themselves are great too. Soft, smooth skin and all with two products.
I am still getting used to my short hair and so I've been trying out some of the new hair products I picked up last week. The Aussie 3 Minute Hair Oil is such a delicious smelling product which makes my hair soft, smooth and smell great. Can't say it's better than my Beauty Protector Oil but it's still great. 
A product I've used and loved before is the Toni & Guy Casual Rough Texturiser Spray which gives my hair texture and grit and gives it that undone, effortless look when realistically I spent 10 minutes curling it and just sprayed a shit tonne of this in it. 
I've also been trying out the TRESemme Perfectly Undone Dry Defining Spray which is meant to give the layers and waves in your hair a bit of something extra. I really like it.
This is a great Autumn find which I can't take all the credit for, my boyfriend's Mum got this for her sister and I was obsessed as soon as she unwrapped it so I knew I had to take a trip to Dorothy Perkins and pick up this Scarf, There's loads of different patterns and styles but I love the colours of this and it isn't too chunky so it won't be too much for this Autumn weather we're having - which I am loving by the way, best weather we've had in weeks. 
I'm going to keep this as short as possible...

Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials = Epic!
Pixels = Hilarious.
Hotel Transylvania = Just Yes - going to see the second one very soon, maybe even seen it already.
Dead Before Dawn = Hilarious, great characters, my kinda movie.
As above so below = That's some messed up shit, loved it though.
The Visit = Very Disappointing. This looked amazing but so very very disappointing. The twist at the end was the best part.

The 4400 = Very Interesting - Confusing as heck, it's a bit slow in the beginning but it picks up.
Person of Interest = LOVE IT! - Finally got my boyfriend to watch this and I watched the first few episodes with him and remembered just how amazing it is. He is hooked, I am hooked, it's awesome. Best TV show EVER!!
If you have any movie recommendations or TV shows you think are great then please let me know. I'm always looking for something new to watch.

What are your favourite things from this month? 

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